The Coventry Woods Festival Committee is seeking volunteers to assist with this years planning of the event.  The annual festival has been growing every year and with growth comes more tasks and responsibilities. If you are interested in volunteering it would be greatly appreciated. Please contact the committee chairman Jay Erb at 
 The North Coventry Parks and Recreation Commission has a vacancy on its nine member board.  The North Coventry Township Parks and Recreation Commission plays an important part in ensuring that residents and visitors have facilities and programs that offer recreation, resource management, and education, in order to enhance the quality of life in our township.
If you are interested in volunteering on the board, please click this application link, complete the application, and then return it to the township office.

SAVE THE DATE!  May 21, 2017

Coventry Woods Festival

Date/Time: May 21, 2017 from 1pm to 5pm.
Place: 1954 St Peter’s Road North Coventry Township

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Pottstown Area Health and Wellness

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